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Chinese New Year Celebration Dinner!
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Whole Foods Market Chef's Kitchen
Date: January 24, 2020 to January 24, 2020
Where: Whole Foods Market Chef's Kitchen, 1550 N Kingsbury, Chicago, Illinois, United States
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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Chef StephenB, as he cooks up some of his Asian specialties at the Whole Foods Chef's Kitchen! You'll be greeted with CNY cocktail while you mingle and indulge in some signature appetizers. Once everyone is seated at the communal tables, Chef StephenB will keep the celebration going by cooking and serving up in front of you some family style cuisine! As well as raffles throughout the evening, which is included in with your ticket. Menu will include... Minchi Potstickers and Kimchi Hushpuppies, Lucky Veggie Noodles(hoisin honey sauce, crushed peanuts), Crispy Golden Chicken (sesame peanut sauce, scallions), Roasted Pork (xo pan gravy, pickled veg), Dessert TBD and more! So join us for this unique experience in the heart of Lincoln Park and celebrate the Year of the Rat! *BYOB purchased within Whole Foods **Gratuity included *PLEASE NOTE: Due to the complexity of this menu, we are unable to modify it. Therefore, if you have a dietary/allergy question, please email me for information before ticket purchase and Ill be more than happy to answer any questions! FAQs What should I expect? Food and fun in the Windy City Whole Foods! The first 30m mingle with other guests and indulge in house-made appetizers and complimentary cocktail! Photos in front of Asian themed backdrops! After, everyone will be seated and chef StephenB will prepare the dinner in front of you, which will be served family style among new friends! During the evening we will be raffling prizes, which is included in your ticket price! Is this BYOB? YES! The only thing is that you must purchase all items at Whole Foods and we will be more than happy to store and serve your beverage while at dinner. Water and soda will be served at dinner. Do I need to know anything about the Chinese New Year to attend? Nope! Just come to have fun and come hungry! Chinese New Year also known as the Lunar New Year, is celebrated by many to celebrate and wish good luck onto others! Lu
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